Feed Your Soul: the free art project – Monday Downloads April 20th!

Monday’s Feed Your Soul downloads are here!

Also, make sure to join the new Feed Your Soul Flickr Group and share how you use the free downloads. I’d love to see them hung up in your home, in your cube at work or wherever you have them and however you are using them!



About Tara Hogan – Southern Connecticut born Tara Hogan began her design and illustration business INK+WIT in 2003 after working in house as a web and print designer in South Norwalk, CT and Syracuse, NY. Strongly rooted in Scandinavian design and American illustration, the basis of simple bold shapes and intricate textures laid the foundation of creating original works of art and prints sold on INK+WIT in addition to carrying over the simple refined style into projects like identity, websites, and illustration projects. You can read more about her work on her blog.

1. How do you describe your work?

Light and airy, fun, fresh, and bold.

2. What are your inspirations in your art and life?

Travel, my cats, family, yoga, Hindu culture, Buddhist philosophy, gardening, and long walks through the woods.

3. What do you do to help feed your soul?

Meditate, fast, walk, asana practice, draw from life, travel as much as possible even an hour away.

Download Tara Hogan’s Feed Your Soul contribution HERE!


About Michelle CaviglianoMichelle Cavigliano of My Zoetrope is a silly girl with silly daydreams who works as a pattern designer for a risque fashion company by day, and wanders around Brooklyn with her camera and sketchbook by night. You can view more of her work on her website or in her Etsy Shop. Her blog is updated pretty frequently with adventures of the imaginary kind on paper, and of the tasty kind in the kitchen.

1. How do you describe your work?

Cute, silly, bright, and happy in an evil or slightly twisted way, with perhaps a dash of pretty?

2. What are your inspirations in your art and life?

Music,  the bustle of Manhattan, the calmness of Brooklyn, vegan food, patterns and color,  cuteness, trips to the middle of nowhere with nothing but nature surrounding me, and all the imaginary possibilities.

3. What do you do to help feed your soul?

I tend to have a lot of different projects going on at once, and usually one project will spawn another.  The busier I am, the more creative I feel (and of course, leaving me with not enough hours in the day to do all I intend).  I hide out at coffee shops and doodle a lot.  I’m an avid concert-goer, especially in the summertime, and that tends to keep me in a pretty constant happy mood.   Other things I find pretty awesome, and which often spark something in my noggin are people-watching in the park,  walks at twilight, the internet, my kitty Miles, and my favorite burlesque figure drawing class.

Download Michelle Cavigliano’s Feed Your Soul contribution HERE!


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